Physiotherapy in Keilor East and Avondale Heights
Conveniently located at:
55b Dinah Parade
East Keilor Vic 3033
Tel: (03) 9331 2599
Free Parking is available either directly in front of the practice or at the side of the building.
We are open:
8am – 6pm Monday to Friday
To make an appointment please telephone reception on (03) 9331 2599.
We can also be contacted by facsimile on 9337 2934.
We are a BUPA preferred provider. Depending on the level of your BUPA cover, children under the age of 25 may be eligible for no out of pocket expenses. For No Gap Physiotherapy for Kids, please check your eligibility with BUPA.
If eligible, doctor referred Medicare EPC patients are bulk billed.
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